Economic and cultural ties between Turkey and the Middle East and North Africa are growing. A trade agreement between the UAE and Turkey which was signed in March 2023 aims to increase trade between the two nations to $40 billion over five years. Al Tamimi & Company supports Turkish companies with all of their legal needs in the MENA region, as well as supporting clients seeking to do business in Turkey.

Specialist support for Turkish companies operating in the MENA region

Our Turkish clients choose us because we can support them with their legal needs across the entire MENA region. Our Turkey Group has Turkish language expertise, and an understanding of the way Turkish companies do business.

Turkish clients also benefit from our detailed understanding of the MENA region. As the region’s largest law firm, our lawyers have excellent relationships with governments and regulators across the region. This means that our clients benefit from advice which is practical and culturally sensitive to help them achieve their goals.

We help our clients with the full range of legal issues across the entire business life cycle. For Turkish companies entering the market in the MENA region, we advise on the most effective structure to set up and expand their business. As companies grow we can help with all of their legal needs including commercial arrangements for joint ventures and local licensing matters.

If issues arise our Turkey Group works with Al Tamimi’s market leading dispute resolution lawyers who offer litigation, arbitration and mediation services. With Arabic speaking litigators who have rights of audience across the ten jurisdictions Al Tamimi has offices in, we can support clients throughout any dispute.

We also have a deep understanding of the sectors our Turkish clients operate in including construction .

Supporting clients in Turkey

For clients doing business in Turkey, we offer seamless support through our network of trusted Turkish law firms.

Key Contacts

Omar Obeidat

Partner, Head of Competition and Intellectual Property
Gulsun Ozmen